In the note, Beard is condemned by Microsoft – although he admits that from a business point of view, this may "make sense" while urging Chrome users to try Mozilla Firefox instead. "Will Microsoft's decision make it more difficult for Firefox to thrive?" Said Beard, adding, "Making Google more powerful is risky on many fronts."
Microsoft remembers the monopoly of the browser in the early 2000s before Beard's arrival, when Firefox came to claim history could be repeated. Only this time, Google is at the wheel. According to the Mozilla boss, "Having a product like Chromium has enough market share makes it easier for Web developers and businesses not to worry about their services and websites working with people other than Chromium."
Natural This could be fatal for Mozilla, which has its own open-source Quantum Gecko software. This has helped make Firefox's privacy-focused browser "twice as fast" as part of its 201
Google Chrome is by far the most popular web browser in the world. According to Statista, it holds more than 67 percent of the world market share, Firefox is in second place with just under 11 percent and Microsoft's Edge remains behind with only 4.24 percent behind Internet Explorer (6.97 percent) and Safari (5.13 percent).
Microsoft says its upgraded edge browser will be available on Mac, Windows 7 and Windows 8 in addition to Windows 10. It promises changes under the roof over the course of next year, providing "better web compatibility for our customers and customers." less fragmentation of the web for all web developers. "